Oceans Unit Study

Friday, December 22, 2017

Oceans Unit Study

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Your children will learn all about the ocean with this fascinating week-long ocean unit study! Just pick your favorite books and fun educational activities and you're ready to go.
Oceans Unit Study filled with so many creative ideas for your complete lesson plan for kids in preschool, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd. (tons of free printables for under the sea)

Oceans

Books to Read

Choose between these two options for using books in your weather unit study:
  • Read a different book each day of the week, Monday through Friday.
  • Read your favorite book (s) each day of the week. Kids love repetition, so don't worry about your children getting bored!
Here are 5 excellent books about the ocean to read to your kids:
          

Day 1- Language Arts Activity

Ocean Language Arts

Try a fun language arts activity about the ocean such as these Free Ocean Fish Coloring Sheets.
They're perfect for improving fine motor skills!
Don't forget to check out these awesome Ocean Themed Learning Activities!



Day 2 - Math Activity

Ocean Math

Pick a couple of these fun math activities to enjoy with your kids!
And don't forget to calculate the size of a blue whale with this exciting STEM activity!

Day 3 - Art Project

Ocean Art

Choose your favorite art activities to enjoy with your kids!
Don't forget to print this Sea Drawing Prompt for your kids. They'll have a fabulous time drawing underwater scenes.

Day 4 - Science

ocean science

Now it's time for science! Encourage your kids to learn the names of sea animals with this funBump Game for Ocean Animals!
And if you're looking for a different and fascinating science experiment or your older kids, you can't go wrong with the Breeding Guppies Experiment!

Day 5 - Social Studies and Field Trips

ocean field trips and social studies



Sara Dennis is a homeschooling mother of 6 children ages 4 through 18. After much research into homeschooling in 2000, she and her husband fell in love with classical education and used it as the foundation for their homeschool. Sara blogs at Classically Homeschooling, and  you can find her on FacebookPinterestTwitter, and Google+.

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